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Nur-Sultan - Palace of Independence, Kazakhstan

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Nur-Sultan - Palace of Independence, Kazakhstan
Address: Tauelsizdik Ave 52, Nur-Sultan 010000, Kazakhstan
Nur-Sultan - Palace of Independence, Kazakhstan

Nur-Sultan - Palace of Independence, Kazakhstan

Palace of Independence (Nur-Sultan) - Wikipedia

Palace of Independence (Nur Sultan). Domestic events[edit].

The Independence Palace (Kazakh, [email protected] Saraiy or Tauelsizdik Saraiy), also known by the Palace of Independence[1], is a palace located in Nur-Sultan. It is used to host official functions such as forums and conventions. The palace was officially inaugurated on December 15, 2008. Construction was continued for half a year, but. [1]

The palace's exterior is made of blue glass and has a lattice with white pipes. The structure is shaped like a trapezoid. [1] The palace's halls include a gallery of applied arts,[3] the Museum of City History of Astana and a four-dimensional cinema. [3]

Congress Hall has been witness to many historical events. The Palace of Independence hosted the 2010 OSCE Summit. In the palace, the meeting of the Supreme Eurasian Economic Council and anniversary summits of SCO/OIC took place. The 2019 meeting of the speakers from the Eurasian parliaments was the most important event in the palace's history. [4]

The palace hosted the inauguration ceremonies of President Nursultan and President Kassym Jomart Tokayev, respectively in 2011 and 2015. Each year, Nur Otan party congresses take place. [4]